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"janet mills" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"janet mills" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Number one and deaths or number two. I guess. I guess he got passed by Phil Murphy. I think it's Murphy. Cuomo and then Charlie Parker for for most deaths per per cap for 100,000. Rudy get so worked up today. Instead of having steam coming out of his ears. He had balsamic vinaigrette. E. That's it. That is what it looked like, But it was actually, I think I think it was here by that's it was unfortunate because it it detracted from the moment because he did do a pretty good job of laying it out. But But again, I mean, he didn't need to attack the press because he knew they were gonna be jerks, And that's just my own personal opinion. Some people like that I prefer the just laying out the fax in the in his general is called the Court of Public opinion. Election insurance. That part of Obamacare What's the co pay or the deductible on a new election insurance? It's pretty outrageous. I I would love to see them, you know, actually prove that that these companies were selling at election and carrots and and again do you get to sue? If if you you know you were expecting to be reelected is some of these bees hacked Democrats that were taken orders from Nancy Pelosi in places like California. South Carolina and Oklahoma and Republican district and you got beat even if you paid up your election insurance. Heaven. Charlie Parker lecturing us on covert as, like Heaven, Chris Christie lecturing us on diet. Yes. Yes, it is. I went through and I had to, uh, had to transcribe a lot of those cuts. My column for tomorrow. Oh, he is he is really intolerable. He is. He is the worst. No horsing around. No fun. And stay indoors from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. because Covert works the third shift. It's a union thing. In the case and the print print out that thing for you. Janet Mills did one step better than Charlie Parker. How many times I have to say it, Taylor Monkey See monkey do they all.

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"janet mills" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"janet mills" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Print out that thing for you. Janet Mills did one step better than Charlie Parker. How many times I have to say it, Taylor Monkey See monkey do they all day? We don't one of them does one thing and then the next one tries to outdo him. Following an alarming case and alarming increase in covert 19 cases, hospitalization and positivity rates in the state of Maine. The mills Administration today announced new measures to mitigate the spread. Of this deadly virus. If it's if it's so deadly. Why didn't they announce in the lead? How many? How many people have died? How many more people have died? You have to look that up. I'll check this out. Would. They just found that Dominion software running on Hunter's laptop? We gotta get it. Yeah, that's it. That's the only thing they haven't found on that laptop. That's for sure. How we, Anthony Fauci calling. I misspoke about masks on 60 minutes. When I meant to say is right now in the United States, people should not be walking around with mattress short. I mean, talk about Abed. I make a bad fashion. Don't think I even wore my mattress shorts very often. This this summer. I took off a few more pounds last winter, and they were kind of loosely fitting on me and the place where I buy him in Chatham. It was one of those that Zaveri Mass. Mask aholic town, so I didn't do any shopping and Chatham this summer. That was your last trump line message. Thank you for calling Howie Carr. You jump. That's.

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Governor Mills Announces First Round of Economic Recovery Grants to Maine Small Businesses & Non-Profits

WBZ Afternoon News

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Governor Mills Announces First Round of Economic Recovery Grants to Maine Small Businesses & Non-Profits

"Mains awarded more than 2300 economic recovery grants to small businesses and nonprofit groups in the state. Help them whether the pandemic Governor Janet Mills today says the the grants grants total total $105 $105 million million they they were were supported supported by by federal federal Cares. Cares. Act Act funds funds More More than than 2000 2000 of of the the awards awards went went to to small small businesses. businesses. Pandemic Pandemic

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"janet mills" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"janet mills" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"What's the poll question one of the results thus far, which one of these governors has done the worst job during the panic. Charlie Baker, Andrew Cuomo, Janet Mills, Phil Murphy. Or Gretchen Whitmer. I'm voting for Cuomo. Cuomo was in the lead at 54% 2nd place is Gretchen Whitmer, 19, Charlie Baker at 16 Generals and nine and Phil Murphy holding it too. We must have a big Midwestern audience today. Lot of people listening in the Detroit area. Glad. Glad to have you on board. I mean, she deserves it, but it's usually I don't we don't think of her as being in the at the top of mind. Plus, she's dealing with a big A big Natives are restless movement herself over the high school football. People are crazy. Apparently, they're allowing their allowing cheerleading to go on in Michigan. No football games, so you could just have cheerleaders out. I guess there you know that No one's on the field, but they can lead the cheers. Comes the recurring question. Does this make any sense? Doesn't make the slightest bit of sense. No, it doesn't. A Justice Department probe will examine New York's cove in 19 s. I just want to read you a little bit about this just to write. Refresh. Refresh your Joe Biden were flesh. Refresh your recollection. New Yorkers may finally get an honest accounting of what happened in New York, thanks to the Trump Justice Department. Justice on Wednesday sent letters toe Mr Cuomo and the governors of Michigan. That's Whitmer, Pennsylvania, Wolf and New Jersey. Murphy requesting virus data from their nursing homes. To recap from the Wall Street Journal. Mr Cuomo decreed on March 25th that quote. No resident shall be denied re admission or admission to a nursing home Unquote because of a virus diagnosis. Any prohibited Holmes quote from requiring a hospitalized resident who was determined medically stable to be tested for the virus before admission. The other governors issued similar orders. How many people did this kill? Mr Cuomo continued to send recovering covert patients back to nursing homes. Even when there were plenty of Serge beds, both in a U. S Navy hospital ship on the Hudson River and the Javits Center Hospital that the Trump administration built. Ah, Brooklyn nursing home on April, 9th asked the state the transfer vulnerable patients to those field hospitals. Mr Cuomo refused. Mr Cuomo's administration has reported on Ly deaths that occur well in the nursing home 6600 that's still more than Massachusetts. Well. Other homes report the total number of nursing home residents who die Many die in hospitals nursing home in the Bronx at the state counted only four of its 21 resident deaths. Associated Press is reporting the state health officials in New York Surveys show that there are 13,000 Mohr empty nursing home beds this year than expected. 13,000 empty beds that weren't expected. So this The obvious inference is that there are 13,000 people that were in the nursing homes who died. Not 6600. And so, of course, Cuomo was claiming this is a politicized investigation of Democrat governors. But the Civil rights of Institutionalized persons Act that's a bit I never heard of it, but that's a law Civil rights of Institutionalized Persons Act. Protects nursing home residents on March 3rd. This was before form awarded the the covert 19 patients back into the nursing homes there by setting off the slaughter. On March, 3rd Justice announced the probe to examine long term facilities with complaints of gross abuse and negligence. Policy. Mistakes are goingto happen in a panic, especially amid early uncertainty. But Mr Cuomo refuses to acknowledge his deadly mistakes while scolding the Trump administration and Republican governors. Maybe just this. Confine Aly provide some political accountability. I certainly hope so. I wouldn't mind seeing Justice Department investigate Charlie Parker mean I know they're investigating the Holyoke soldiers on where 76 veterans died after After Baker and.

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"janet mills" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"And fifty this crisis that's caused Janet Mills to go back to putting on your mask or go to jail, and here's the next one here's. A. Rules for the, but not for me. Here's Janet going out having an ice cream. She's not social distancing. She doesn't have a mask on. She's visiting with their fans even worse, and this is what really finally convinced me. The next clip Dr Paul. They're putting up signs in Maine. Telling people how you have to dress to prevent corona, you can wear a tank top, but don't let the side show. I mean if you look at this is so absurd. It's almost like the Taliban have taken over in Maine so with that governor. Janet Mills. You are the villain of the week. You take your place in the Pantheon of really really bad leaders. Well for those of us who are suspicious of what's going on here? those who promote this have an agenda and. I happen to believe it has a lot to do with people giving up their individual judgment and individual rights and yielding to control of government at all levels and being intimidated, and and and they contribute to this by just going along with it so that that is I think the big issue is why do they do? They do it because of the pressure and they and those who want to control they get the control so I think that until the people wake up and say you know this doesn't make a whole lot of sense. We're not going to do it but. We're not quite there yet, but I think I hope my my my belief. That TRUTV wins out in the end, but I I want the end to come real soon. I went on the wake up sooner because. The danger is just not there. And the real danger is the overreaction by government, the authoritarianism of government, but that all starts not just with the invasion of the authoritarians into the corona virus deal. It's the invasion of government into everything that we do, and they total ignoring of the constitution where governments should never do anything. It isn't given direct and explicit. To do it now as long as there's no explicit. Prohibition they go ahead and do it in right now. What I've been amazed about what's going on here is not and I think maybe this is reflected in the president. There's been less these days I'm going to do this. In close everything down. It's been pip been the local people, so you know local government we argue for, but at the local government officials still endorses the principles of authoritarianism and control of people. It doesn't do any good, so it has to be a moral principle that. That, we own our own lives and we should..

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"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"See you it's not all about him there are three branches of government I didn't says she met senator Elizabeth Warren and he said their message to lawmakers is sent all I do they help them create this change by passing laws that address racial inequality or they will be voted out Rachel Scott ABC news Washington also tomorrow president trump expected to make a trip to Maine sheriff there now urging any protester who shows up to be peaceful Mr trump planning a visit to the town of Guilford Maine visiting puritan medical products the company is one of just a handful around the country manufacturing specialized swabs that are used in corona virus testing kits and this will be the president's first trip to Maine since he took office earlier this week governor Janet mills urged Mr trump to reconsider citing safety concerns ten await switching gears now heading over to Wall Street not too much movement today let's check in on Bloomberg business and we say good morning to Tracy junkie Nicole this morning some traders were saying the rally had gone too far and it was time for a pies and apparently not everyone agrees with that because the demo was actually doing a little bit more than not nothing it was falling more than a hundred points now it's up a point the nasdaq is up H. the S. and P. is down to earlier the labor department reported last week's jobless claims numbers which were the smallest since mass layoffs began in March but still a lot the labor department says one point nine million people filed claims last week I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio thanks Tracy and earlier this morning there was a silent protest outside a Boston hospital details on that coming up at ten fifteen when.

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"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In calling for attacks on police it is still unclear whether the shooting is connected to the nationwide protests over George Floyd's death a federal judge upholds a main public health order for the moment despite intervention by the justice department WBZ's R. Cohen reports a federal judge refused to grant a preliminary injunction so the order by Maine governor Janet mills and people traveling from out of state to a public campground in Maine must quarantine for fourteen days remains in effect several campgrounds were part of a lawsuit that argued the rule violated the constitution by limiting the right of citizens to travel between states and at the last minute the U. S. justice to been filed a friend of the court brief opposing the governor's order governor mills said her administration is working to find an alternative to the quarantine and that she was disgusted by the federal government intervention it seems to me that they're only actual interest here is at best political or at worst to harm Mainers not defend them aren't going WBZ Boston news radio and three time for traffic and weather together starting with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes jacquard reaching as Jack going to Merrimack Dan with reports of a crash right now on route four ninety five heading north bound in that town answers by exit forty five not causing much of a delay just happened so we'll likely back up a little bit traveling out to the west we've got some activity going on on the mass pike eastbound and westbound in Brimfield overnight work crews will be taking up some space in various spots throughout the overnight traveling on route to ninety heading eastbound on the work crew by route one forty in the Shrewsbury area closer to downtown all is reasonably well expressway northbound and southbound just so my traffic looks like we're starting to see some delays in around the Chelsea curve coming down route one on the south bound side that'll likely be some overnight work crews there I'm jacquard WBZ twenty four hour traffic and parking and here's Frank straight with.

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"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To run long water lines tell you what's burning is just the the floor in the structural contents of the thing there's not a lot of material actually in the building crews were able to keep the fire to the one corner the parents have noticed broken glass and doors over the past couple years people go in there every now and then fire crews say no one was inside the mill and the patent say this is the first time there has been any large activity there fortunately they other other neighbors live far enough away as to not worry about their homes the cause still under investigation she's trying to do her part to help frontline medical workers WBZ's can tell a cliff tells us our Natick artist is organizing a local effort to make and distribute personal protective equipment just please do Skinner sister have a goal of making twelve thousand facials for nurses another front line medical workers so far her group masks face shields has handed out twenty one hundred shields to a number of area hospitals hundreds of volunteers use three D. printing to make the visors and then put the shields together using foam tape and elastics place to ski says sometimes she feels guilty working from home the hospital workers are risking their lives every day I feel like they're going out there without the equipment they need to do that safely is just untenable that feeling so to have somewhere to put that energy that jeep that it'll turn that into something where I'm actually helping people feel better he was really grateful conference warning Kim taught the class WBZ Boston news radio seven tourism and business groups are urging Maine governor Janet mills to drop the fourteen day quarantine requirement for visitors from other states in an open letter the groups say visitors need to know that they'll be welcome to Maine this summer without a quarantine the bill's administration has said it's looking into alternatives but none have been made public under the governor's plan lodging and restaurants will open for Maine residents on June first and for out of state visitors on July first the governor has.

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"janet mills" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Hello Robert Matthews brothers you know god speed Rick savage good luck tomorrow truly I hope you'll tell us hello I guess I just really appreciate talking going on and I hope all these restaurants will be open and one one further thing I would love to share Janet mills a cell phone number with everybody so they could give her a call directly because she's got all the phone shut down you can even call goes to voicemail the lawmakers return to normal they have the email she goes back to well thanks for that I'll get back to you soon here's a phone number to all I don't know I don't know for well this you are looking for if our viewers are interested it's Sunday river brewpub in Bethel Maine call Asterix savaging hell doing we are joined now on the line by the owner of the sandy river brewing company in Oxford county bath but little Newry Maine Rick savage wreck thank you so much for making a stand for the for the people the bit the been knighted beaten down citizens of Maine thank you I appreciate it yeah that was one of it that was one of the funniest TV moments I've seen in a long time last night when you gave out her cell phone number as of course you know Janet mills just had to get a new cell phone messages G. age twenty two the number you have called is no longer in service if you feel you have reached this recording in error please check the number and dial.

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"janet mills" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"And I'm gonna go supports many local businesses good for you Nicholas I hope you get back to work at your restaurant before Labor Day although I'm not too confident personally thanks for the call eight four four five hundred forty two forty two I'm still not sure about the the golf carts I I get asked people that question today so my understanding is you don't have to take separate cars to a golf course as long as you're going to a golf course in the county in which you live so you could so if you have a foursome you can take you can put four people in and one car and you know the windows will probably be rolled up so it's like being a subway in other words there could be a lot of transmission of cooties but once you get outside of my own some people tell me that once you get outside and get out on the golf course everybody has to have a separate golf cart I'm not sure if that's true or not but the it would make no sense so you would assume that that's probably what Janet mills was ordered that everybody's going to come to the golf course in the same car but you have to write around the outdoors didn't separate golf carts but I again I don't I don't know that I don't think our friend there was too concerned he was playing disc golf is that Israel golf yeah whatever frisbee golf it's okay whatever kind of golf there is Jim you're next with our car go ahead Jim Hey how you doing good I am confident I work at a grocery store overnight and my boss and I we don't wear masks she experts say you reprobate have the happy people wear masks and half of us don't yeah I'm not a big bike ride and I ride my bike and and walk my dog on a local bike paths there's like hundreds of people out and have fun at mass and half of them don't have that I'm I'm on the bike path every morning just to get a little exercise and some fresh air and it's it's bout three quarters no masks where I am and and and you know for dogs jump zero percent I have yet to see a dog observing social distancing the human governor Baker will dogs be fined for not wearing masks earlier today I signed.

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"janet mills" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Robert Matthews brothers this and then like so called this giving us a chance to really see who really believes in the constitution among our elected leaders and who doesn't and so now we come to this great state of Maine my birthplace governor Janet mills issued an executive order Friday mandating that anyone who comes to Maine regardless of where they live myself quarantine for fourteen days to help spread the slow the spread of the new corona virus infection under penalty of up to six months in jail and a one thousand dollar fine absolutely this mandate this quarter it also includes illegal aliens just joking no of course it does include illegal aliens she also shut down all lodging in the state including hotels and campgrounds and demanded that out of staters not traveled the main if they are displaying symptoms of the virus or if they are coming from locales suffering from cold at nineteen outbreaks so there are other elected officials low in the state of Maine including the sheriff's one of whom is Scott Nichols he's a Republican from Franklin County and he issued a he just posted a statement immediately on his department's Facebook page we will not be setting up a police state period that's the beginning of what he has to say so joining us now on the line is my new favorite elected official in the state of Maine and that includes my cousin on the Portland city council sheriff thank you thank you for posting that Facebook math missive what what are you why why did you feel the need to to post those words on your department's Facebook page a good afternoon how are you thank you for having me on you know it came out of concern I was listening to the governor when she put out the executive orders listen live in the first thing that went through my mind was boy my phones are both blow up and particularly around the issue of travel and restricting travel one at and that sort of thing and.

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"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio the main Senate votes to override governor Janet mills veto of a bill to allow sports betting in the state mills vetoing the bill last month saying she was unconvinced that Mainers were ready to legalize support endorse and promote betting on competitive athletic events the Senate's twenty to ten vote sends a proposal to the house where a vote is likely next week the bill would allow casino operators off track betting facilities native American tribes and harness racing tracks to host sports betting with wagering tax that ten percent online and mobile betting would be taxed at sixteen percent new legislation for the world's oldest profession in Vermont lawmakers want to make prostitution safer and reduce the stigma that keep sex workers from seeking police protection and health care last month for female legislators introducing a bill to decriminalize prostitution a last week a related proposal followed granting prostitutes immunity if they're victims of a crime so they can reported to law enforcement the push in Vermont part of a small but growing movement in the US to decriminalize prostitution and preventing the assaults and exploitation of workers union ABC news prostitution is legal only in Nevada where it's allowed in licensed brothels in eight counties new Yorkers are banned from trusted travel programs like global entry or nexus that word from the acting homeland security secretary ABC's Candace mckellan has more there's a new rule barring new Yorkers from enrolling in those programs and it's effective immediately now this is a response to that so called green light law here in New York state that had people lining up outside a DMV's recently the law allowing for people to get licenses without proving that they are in the country legally and also boring the federal government from accessing state DMV records American astronaut Christina cooks record setting trip is done there's a new queen of spades that's astronaut Christina cook speaking a NASA on the ground in Catholic stand just after returning to earth after three hundred and twenty eight days in space the longest single mission ever for a woman last April cook talked with ABC about serving on the space station I still have the grin on my face that won't seem to go away just that I'm here everyday that grin likely to stay even though she's firmly on the ground Michelle Franzen ABC news more news coming up unexpected reactions to smart financial decisions brought to you by feed the big dot org well I finally did it my student loan is totally paid off.

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Northeast governors slow to embrace regional climate pact

NPR News Now

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Northeast governors slow to embrace regional climate pact

"Growing number of northeast governors have been raising doubts about at a regional pact aimed at capping pollution from vehicles and other transport. Sources New Hampshire Republican governor. Chris and new new says the state won't join the pack due to concerns about higher gas. Ask Prices Vermont. Republican Governor Phil Scott says he would not support the pact amounts to a carbon tax maine's democratic governor. Janet Mills US also raise concerns about the impact. On the state's

"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In size in the last ten months Lola was co founded in twenty fifteen by Paul English who previously co founded the travel booking site kayak and Maine governor Janet mills is touting an economic plan that seeks to boost wages and increase the number of skilled workers at a time when thousands of workers are expected to retire from the workforce the ten year economic plan looks to raise wages by ten percent and grow mains talent pool by seventy five thousand people I'm blueberries Karen Moscow with the mainland business on WBZ Boston's newsradio it is ten twenty five a fisherman in Maine made an extremely rare catch over the weekend when you hold in a trio of colorful lobsters one of the lobsters taken in by door lobster seafood market was blue one sported a calico pattern and one came out of the ocean already read as if ready to serve this is Chad door owner of door lobster you do see them periodically like a blue one I think I've seen one blue one other than this one this year calico one you see a couple times a year by the red one that looks like this car that's the first time I've seen this our Dore said the rainbow crustaceans are currently at his facility in mill bridge but he's considering reaching out to local aquariums who may be interested in displaying them a professor at the university of New Hampshire is named one of the most highly cited researchers in the world Serena phrase studies how micro organisms are affected by human activity the union leader reports that the web of science group name Frey is one of the world's most influential researchers the university says the title is earned by fewer than point one percent of all scientists around the globe health officials have lifted some of the restrictions on vaping products in Massachusetts but also impose new regulations that's just ahead in the news at ten thirty god is Christmas is a knocking.

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Veteran fire captain killed in massive explosion that demolished Maine building

KDWN Programming

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Veteran fire captain killed in massive explosion that demolished Maine building

"All may not public safety officials say a firefighter killed in a propane explosion was a thirty year member of the Farmington fire department governor Janet mills on Monday ordered flags lowered at half staff to honor sixty eight year old fire captain Michael bell his brother fire chief Terry bell and four others are being treated at the main Medical Center in Portland officials gave an update on that fire on Monday

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Maine allows for ranked-choice voting without governor's signature

Pacifica Evening News

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Maine allows for ranked-choice voting without governor's signature

"Main moved ahead today with plans to become the first state to allow voters to rank candidates in a general presidential election governor Janet mills a Democrat said she'll allow a bill to become law in January without her signature the legislation requires ranked choice voting in presidential elections in primaries but ranked voting won't be used in a planned presidential primary next March the bill won't go into effect until ninety days after the legislature is set to adjourn in April but future presidential primaries would be is ranked choice voting Maine voters in two thousand sixteen approved ranked voting but the system is limited to federal races in primaries under the system voters rank three or more candidates on the ballot in order of preference if no candidate gets more than fifty percent of the vote. the last place candidate is eliminated the second choice votes of everyone who rank that candidate first are allocated until someone receives over fifty percent supporters of the system move been trying to spread it to more states cheered the expansion such advocates hope the law could boat goose the influence of an independent and third party presidential candidate and Maine about two dozen cities including Cambridge Massachusetts Saint Paul Minnesota San Francisco and Oakland allow the use of ranked choice voting in certain

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"janet mills" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Yes. Jenin Victoria do forty-seven after the hour on the JV show, the state of Maine. Latest to pass a law with, you know, the feds doing anything about the student loan problem. So the governor of Maine Janet Mills signed the act to establish a student loan Bill of rights to license and regulate student loan servicers in the state of Maine that goes into effect with the beginning of the next school year paying back student loan debt is difficult enough without a profit hungry lender. Trying to make it harder and more expensive said the governor by signing this Bill main is taking critical action to create oversight implemented count ability, and protect our borrowers. I think that's pretty smart. Actually, you don't often think of Maine, leading the way in many things. But in this circumstance colleges in Maine, though, are good college voting expensive colleges. No, why people pay so much for education, it just what do you expect to? Happen. You're never gonna pay it off. That's the problem. And so we can regulate the industry, but nothing is going to get solved until either the educational institutions take their money, the pricing down, or people say you know what forget that. I'm going to go to a state school and save some cash. Yep. Excuse me. Pardon me, the state schools are taxpayer funded. So we're paying for it anyway. I know Fred cheaper, but it, it takes away. Cheaper. It's not cheaper cheaper for the job, but it's not cheaper to run it. If you knew the budget, for example, for UCLA. It. It's gigantic craziness. Yeah. Best of everything, which is okay. But it's a little. Even the UC's are pricey for individuals. It's the CS us universities, that are the ones where you can actually get a good education for less money. Right. So tell me about the house White House, reporters having a good bye party for Sarah Huckabee Sanders. That's not expected it did she actually have her friends, people actually heard that. But that's surprising. Yeah. When she leaving. And do we know who the new person is the new person hasn't been named yet? It's she's leaving at the end of the month but the rumors that's next week. The rumor is that it might be the first lady's press secretary, Stephanie Grisham. And she seems to be the odds on favourite. They also have been Gidley who works right underneath, Sarah Sanders, but I have a feeling they're probably gonna pick a woman because I think it helps I think it just helps deliver the tone of the administration. I don't know if you need another white guy, which is typically who passed administrations of hired his press secretary's, there's only been three women female press secretary's out there, so. Yeah, I action Malani as press secretary what was her name again. Stephanie, Stephanie Grisham I think is her name to me in the in the entire administration. I have found her to be the most effective communicator in the entire administration. So I totally endorse that pick because I think everything that has been thrown at Milania. Stephanie is right on top of it. I think she delivers sink answer. There's I think she's been. I think she spent a great job. I think she would be really good in that role. See how that flushes out then. Thank you for that discussion, ten before the hour on the JV program. The local news station, news talk five, ninety K. You. It's the season for home improvement, did you know, Epsom salt as a secret to growing great peppers tomatoes and eggplants just water with the solution of two teaspoons of Epsom salt, two gallons of water? Who watch.

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Maine's New Abortion Law Allows Non-Doctors to Perform Procedure

Investor's Edge

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Maine's New Abortion Law Allows Non-Doctors to Perform Procedure

"Maine's governor Janet Mills signing off on a Bill that expands access to abortion services in her state under the new law of physician assistants nurse practitioners will soon be able to perform the procedures. The changes will take effect ninety days after the state legislature adjourns,

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"janet mills" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The protesters are calling for civilian rule following last month's military coup that ousted longtime leader, Omar al-bashir. It took us four years of testing to reach this point, we persevered through security forces and bullets and everything I'm gonna done with never let us give this up. We will persevere through Madan under any pressures under any talent is who persevere until all demands I met in news from the US Mexico border in Texas and ten month old hunter and infant has died and three people are still missing including two children after a rubber raft overturned and the Rio Grande survivors say the raft was carrying nine people as they attempted to cross the border. The Florida Senate has passed a Bill that would require former felons to repay all financial obligations before their voting rights are restored. This comes six months after voters in Florida overwhelmingly approved a measure to restore voting rights to one point four million people with non violent felonies who have fully completed their sentences one in five African Americans and floor. And ten percent of Florida's adult population have been ineligible to vote because of a criminal record in environmental news. The state of Maine has become the first state to ban food containers made of styrofoam democratic governor Janet Mills said, quote, polystyrene cannot be recycled like a lot of other products while that Cup of coffee may be finished the styrofoam Cup. It was in is not in fact, it'll be around for decades to come and eventually it will break down to particles polluting, our environment hurting our wildlife and even detrimentally impacting our economy. She said the words of Maine's democratic governor Janet Mills the ban goes into effect in twenty twenty one a cruise ship owned by the church of Scientology has left the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia the ship had been quarantined. After a case of measles reported on board the ship left the port after health officials on Saint Lucia provided one hundred doses. Of the vaccine the ship is now heading to cure, a sow. It's unclear whether the people will be able to disembark there in Seattle Washington. Dozens of people rallied this week at the immigration court where prominent activists Mario Morra veal Pondo was ordered to appear. It was her third hearing since ice moved to deport her last year after she organized a series of resistance workshops across Washington state. The judge another hearing date for November and Moravia Pondo vow to return with more protesters. I think that he.

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"janet mills" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

12:31 min | 3 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"From the Matthews brothers studio. You thought grace wanted a a selfie with the president real bad? There's a guy from Missouri. He's a congressman Billy long as his name. How long has he been there in the house chambers? He was there. Around noon today. You wanted a seat on the isle? So that he can be seen with the president. And they assume selfie with super thirsty. We're so excited here at the Howie Carr show that were selling three of how he's books for just fourteen ninety nine that's a sixty dollar value just about for one quarter of the normal list price. That's a real cheap bastard deal for today, only, you can get Kennedy Babylon volumes one and two and what really happened. How Donald J Trump saved America from Hillary Clinton? This is an amazing deal. But it only lasts until about ten o'clock tonight. Whenever is none talking tonight. So you need to move quick. Howie Carr, show dot com. Howie Carr, show dot com and click on the deal. This is the the state of the union message eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two six one seven says h this should be a poll question let it will enlighten. A lot of people me bought my Florida condo in October me and my pension and four fifty seven are heading south. Yeah. I think a lot of people. Let's see eight six oh, don't worry. Don't worry about us down here in the nutmeg state. Our new governor Malloy light will save us. He is installing toll booths all over the state, but they are just for the big scary trucks, wink, wink, nod. Oh, that's true. Oh, okay. The cost won't be passed onto the consumer. It will just be. It's just for the big scary trucks. Eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two the problem with all these liberals from the high tax states come at the places like Florida's. They come in. And they turned the place blew well that that's happened. That's happened in New Hampshire to go north from Massachusetts. But Florida is seems to be the exception to the rule Florida got more conservative in the last election. You know, the the incumbent democrat Senator got knocked off the Santa's Mary conservative congressman. It was elected governor. They I think they kept all their Republican House seat. So maybe maybe they're getting saner somewhat saner people in Florida moving moving down there from these high tax states eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. My retired friend says a two to a one left Bergen county New Jersey for for Georgia and saved over twenty grand in taxes. I fill them once a few times. But one time I was I did this show in New York w OR Mark Simone show. And I just started asking because a lot of people like like other any other radio station. Now, they listen online, and I said call if you've moved out of New York, and I got the luge for an hour with people, and they were calling from all over the country. And they and and you know, that's why upstate New York is it's it's empty compared to what it used to be. I mean, so many people have left, and it's not just in that case. It's not just it's not just taxes. It's the weather. It's jobs. There's no jobs in upstate New York. Eight four four. Five hundred forty two forty two. Would you like to get out of the northeast wherever you are in the northeast, Mary you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead Mary. Okay. I don't understand. Why New York is complaining about taxes? They keep winning Powerball mega millions twice in the week over Christmas and New Jersey, they're winning a winning in California. But New York won seven times last year. Well, Mary, but doesn't that doesn't that does. But I think that tells you something that the the only upward mobility in New York and New Jersey and California increasingly is winning the lottery, you know, that that's. It's not a good sign for the economic health of a of a state. I don't think. Yeah. Go ahead. That was it. So I want to win the lottery to. Yeah. We all do we all do the eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two I go. I I have the supermarket across the street from me and Florida, and I go in and get the papers at like six thirty seven o'clock in the morning, and there's already a line of people. There's always a line of people buy buy lottery tickets. Let's see here five. Oh, one liberals moving in totally wrecked. Southern maine. I finally gave up and sold my house there. I would I would say they've southern Maine was always semi blow. But now it's now it's a dark dark shade of blue eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two. Dave, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Dave. Hey, listen. Yeah. The Florida you got a whole lot more freedom and rights than you have in New York. You know, especially people that are return. They wanna be able to get out of the store by Roscoe put it in the person. They're nice day. New york. No, I'll tell you something else. Dave, increasingly you can't even buy a plastic straw in New York. I mean, forget the roster. The other day you're headed up you've ever seen. If they get the giants is by it's like, ten bucks. It's huge. I've never seen such a thing. I know I know Florida's just I mean, I know there's a lot of crime down there. And it's a disproportionate number of our police blotter facts Friday stories come out of Florida. But I mean, there's there is something to be said like like, for instance, right now around here, I think it gets dark at like five o'clock in the afternoon. This time of year just a little after five it's an there's an hour. More of sunlight in Florida. And it's it. Gilbert is changing, man. I'm just getting worried about it. You know? Yeah. Though. I mean, I I said to us the new last week when he was here. The governor said, you know, you were the last man standing in the Republican party. I mean, I know there were a lot of state reps and senators, but I mean, the rest of the state wide people got wiped out by the Democrats. It's really gone blue. Thanks for the thanks for the call. Dave eight four four five hundred forty two forty two two zero seven main lost its one remaining reason for me staying when Paul page left office, the new regime has already started their tax and spend tactics and Paul the page. I mean, he'll be living there in the summer. But he's already in Florida. He's he's moved. He said that NATO or are you going to hoard straws, I already I'm Horton straws. I don't need anybody to tell me that. So actually a VIP brought it in like four months ago. I got we got a big box of straws in the in the office feel free to take a few with you. You know, I know there is an expensive thing. We've got you know, like two hundred straws for a buck or whatever it is. But it's great eight four four five hundred forty two forty two. My husband travels for work the Tennessee on a regular basis. Very nice conservative life. I'm in Tennessee is one of those states. No income tax no income tax eight four four five hundred forty two forty two eight oh two. I'm looking forward to getting out of Vermont. It's not the cold pushing me out. It's the stupidity of liberals. Why in the thing is when you're in a state like Vermont. I mean, you're or main now with Janet Mills governor, you know, you're always worried that there's another bullet coming at you. You know, economically. I mean, look at Vermont they tried to put in that single payer healthcare plan, and it was gonna they were going to have to up the income taxes to twenty five thirty percent. I mean didn't make sense. But you you say to yourself look who look represents from Bernie Sanders, Pat Lahey, I mean. Their domino stuff to put in a twenty five percent income tax. They really are eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Mr. X, you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead mister x a cab. Hey, listen. Where's the money going the list pensions that you publish the state publishes? How it people don't understand? You know, forty fifty sixty seventy eight hundred fifty thousand dollars pensions for life people live in thirty forty years on the stock impose it has to import Howie. I know, you know, the 4._0._1._K which is every other schlub has, you know, you save up your money, and you live on that. No, these people they live it up, right? They get that forty granted. Oh, it's only forty grand a year. How many millions of dollars you need in a Bank to spit out? Forty granted these interest rates for forty years. No. You want to look pull up the herald pensions for the state, and you just keep going you keep scrolling down page after page after page. There's I think fifty or more pages of people making over one hundred thousand and pensions. It's just astonishing how much they. It's unsustainable. And that's where your money's going. And you know, you're I it's actually so I can't wait to leave. I'm heading to Florida myself as soon as I retire. I got a I got a letter today. And it said, you know, open immediately important, I didn't recognize the return address. And you know, what it was? It was the was the the public agency that takes over pensions from bankrupt companies, and they said, we're the ones who pay your herald pension because the herald went bankrupt. That's how the herald makes money now because they shed the pension liabilities. So I have to fill out all these forms every year to make sure I so I'm getting the government has picked up my pension. And it's it's like. Like fifteen hundred a month. It's it's nothing compared to compared to if I were a if I were legion. Those those boyfriend on the state police, for instance, making one hundred sixty thousand dollars a year on his pension. He's fifty five fifty six years old, right? He's gonna he's gonna live at least probably twenty thirty years twenty or thirty years, but mardi men the president of of UMass he's making he's he's going to get a congressional pension and at six he's making six hundred and sixty thousand a year so eighty percent of six hundred sixty thousand so that's a half a million a year. Plus probably is going to get one hundred grand from the feds. Or Bill key Bill Keating? The I I just know this stuff because I just did I just did a series of columns on Bill Keating is the US congressman from the Cape and the south shore and and the islands. He's he's a retired. The and there's a cop here. You know, they they moved the DA's into your group for classification like like like Keating really carries a gun. You know worked on a lot of dangerous bus. So he gets one hundred and eleven thousand dollars as a pension which has been getting since he turned fifty five because he gets the earlier police pension, and then he's making one hundred and seventy thousand plus dollars as a congressman. So he's getting two hundred and eighty thousand eight four four five hundred forty two forty two how many more people can Florida take? It's there. It's just amazing. How many people there are from? When I was a kid. But I mean, there's there's still plenty of room in Florida. Florida's a big big state eight four four five hundred forty two forty two Bob you're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead. Bob. Hi, personal. I think that idiot idiot congressman Johnson. Yes. I think that Florida's gonna spank under the loan. Yeah. He probably does. In Okinawa was going to capsize, right? Guam guam. Yeah. Yeah. The other thing if you go back to the battle over the old amendment. What was it? The sixteenth amendment. After the income taxes would unconstitutional they needed an amendment, right? And they sold it to people a sold it to people at that time as saying it was only going to be on the really really rich. And it was only going to be five percent. And don't worry. It's never gonna be you, right? And to show how stupid the public is the same story is being told now. Oh, it'll go the seventy percent. But not for you. Right. Always hits you in the end. Yeah. This is this is this is one of the things that depresses me about the state of Massachusetts is they they put the graduated income tax. Now, they call it the millionaire's tax. They put it on the ballot. I think five times or six times, and it's always been voted down in landslides..

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"janet mills" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Their lives will now change this week because Paul the page poof. Is gone. And this democrat Janet Mills has replaced him. In Michigan Republican governor Rick Snyder is also being replaced by a democratic woman. Governor governor Gretchen Whitmer she made it her first order of business in Michigan her first executive order on day one. This week was about the Flint water disaster. With multiple Rick Snyder officials facing criminal excuse me. Rick Snyder administration officials creasing criminal charges, including manslaughter charges for their role in causing and covering up and lying about the Flint disaster. The first thing the new democratic governor of Michigan did this week with signed an executive order, requiring state officials to immediately report health and safety threats the way that Snyder officials did not when the city of Flint was being poisoned and people were dying as a result of it. There is a there is a national impact. There was a big American impact to these things. Right. Paula page is gone in a puff of smoke. Now. Rick Snyder is gone democratic women governors replacing both of them and immediately moving to try to fix the worst damage that those governors inflicted on their states. In Washington DC, Democrats, led by democratic woman speaker, they only get to take over part of the government, and we are therefore still stuck for example in the shutdown as long as the Republican Senate decides they want to hold out and not vote on the exact same bills. They voted for before that would open things up. But today after passing those bills that would reopen the government if Republicans in the Senate agree, Democrats moved on to start declaring their own priorities. Now that they control the house of representatives..

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"janet mills" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"janet mills" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"A Republican state Representative who had been a pull the page loyalist throughout his time in the legislature for some reason Paul the page looks at him and does not want to behead him. The state rep not only had the felony drug trafficking conviction since that conviction. He has admitted to using firearms multiple times, which in his case as a felon was both a state and federal additional felony. He's also had multiple misdemeanor criminal offenses since his drug trafficking felony. But Paul the page on his way out of office pardoned him today, we learned that Paula page pardoned him despite the direct recommendation from the states clemency board that this guy should not get a pardon with earned that today from the Portland press herald. For for context sake. In one of the most high profile, pardon issues. Avert in the state of Maine, this mom. In waterville. Maine lost her husband and her kids lost their father after a man who had lived in Maine for twenty five years who had been married here at a beautiful family here kids here run a very successful business here. He got deported away from his family by the Trump administration because of an old felony drug conviction for which he served time more than a decade ago. And he has never been in trouble since here's his family, and his neighbors and his business partners begging for help in his case. Paul the page. We fused to pardon him or to commute his sentence. And so his wife and kids are in Maine now without him because he's been shipped off to Haiti. This guy though with the active investigation for also being a gun felon and his other misdemeanors and the overt recommendation from the clemency board that he should not be pardoned. It's weird. He he got cleared. This Paula pages last act on his way out the door. But Paul page is gone. Now, he has been replaced by new democratic woman governor, Janet Mills she is the first woman governor main as ever had because of the slick that pull the page left behind him SE slithered out the door and announced literally that he was immediately moving to Florida see suckers because of what Paul the page left in his wake in Maine, the new democratic governor Janet Mills as one of the first thing she now has to think about she may need to change the pardon laws in that state, given what Paul the page decided to do with them for one of his buddies on his way out the door. Governor mills has been pretty busy even without that as her very first order of business as executive order number one with a stroke of a pen. She restored health insurance to seventy thousand people in Maine seventy thousand people who currently don't have health insurance who now will get it more than a year ago. Maine voters clearly by eighteen points in a landslide vote more than your ago main declared at the ballot box that they wanted to expand Medicaid, so tens of thousands of people in that state could get health insurance who don't otherwise have it. Maine voters passed it it became law, but Republican governor Paul the page blocked it anyway for more than a year. He just would not let it happen. But Wednesday night, he left office and Thursday morning. Bright and early first thing she uncapped her pin. There was Janet Mills new democratic woman. Governor finally making it happen. Quote, Mainers who think they are eligible for coverage can begin applying. Immediately. Just visit the main department of health and human services website about forty five hundred Mainers had tried to sign up under the expansion last year, which again was signed into law by voters, but they were rebuffed by the page administration. Quote, the coverage is retroactive to July. Second so Mainers who applied for Medicaid in two thousand eighteen but were denied benefits incurred expenses that should have been covered by Medicaid will now be reimbursed. Just like that done first order of business. Very first thing she did and for its seventy thousand people in that state..

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Maine AG Janet Mills wins in biggest test of ranked-choice voting in U.S.

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02:22 min | 4 years ago

Maine AG Janet Mills wins in biggest test of ranked-choice voting in U.S.

"News time seven nineteen at sixty nine degrees more clouds and sun right now we'll see highs in the mid seventies today president trump defending his hardline immigration policies during a rally in minnesota just hours after backing off his administration's policy of separating families at the southern border the president said quote we are going to keep families together and the border is going to be just as tough as it's been an quote a worcester couple fears for their safety after arrows are shot at their home on three separate occasions the latest arrow was found on the roof of their garage police are investigating and the boston city council declared yesterday june twentieth desharnais linden day in the city honoring the first female u s winner the boston marathon in thirty three years in other news down more than a week after voters main cast ballots to primary races have finally been decided wbz's don huff has more attorney general janet mills wins the democratic nomination for governor in means first in the nation use of ranked choice voting on a statewide contest her election day lead held after additional rounds of tabulations under the new system that had voters rank candidates from first to last on the ballot it took eight days to come up with a winner because no one got a majority of first round votes mills will face republican shawn moody for governor in november democratic state lawmaker jared golden wins the democratic nomination to face republican incumbent bruce polokwane for maine's second congressional district seat don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty actor peter fonda apologizes for late night twitter rant regarding the president's twelve year old son the two time oscar nominee suggested barron trump should be quote ripped from his mother's arms and put in a cage with pedophile he went on to call the president and expletive found out later deleted the tweet which drew sharp criticism from members of the trump family including the president who called fonda a sick individual in a statement the actor apologized and said he was upset over children being separated from their families at the mexican border jimmy fallon is expressing regret over the now infamous hair mustang tonight show appearance by donald trump could i miss your here the late night host says he made a mistake and adds he would do it differently looking back on the episode in two thousand sixteen trump opponents criticized fallon for.

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Bear that killed hiker likely mauled volunteer looking for him

WLOB's Morning News with Ray Richardson

02:14 min | 4 years ago

Bear that killed hiker likely mauled volunteer looking for him

"Tunnicliffe wbz news radio ten thirty more than a week after voters in main cast ballots to primary races have finally been decided wbz's donhoff has more attorney general janet mills wins the democratic nomination for governor in mainz i in the news use of ranked choice voting on a statewide contest her election day lead held after additional rounds of tabulations under the new system that had voters rank candidates from first to last on the ballot it took eight days to come up with a winner because no one got a majority of first round votes mills will face republican shawn moody for governor in november democratic state lawmaker jared golden wins the democratic nomination to face republican incumbent bruce polokwane for maine's second congressional district seat don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty state police say it was obvious why a troop are pulled over a pickup truck driver yesterday on i ninety one in springfield the agency posted the judge hopping photos have chairs cabinets and more items piled high in the bed of the truck and at teetering tower a trooper cited the driver for having an unsecured uncovered lote authorities in anchorage alaska believe the same brown bear that killed a hiker also attacked a volunteer yesterday who has searching for him michael salt had been missing for two days before being found dead close to where the unidentified searcher was mauled the volunteer suffered serious leg injuries but is expected to survive the bear has still not been captured wbz news time six twenty two and with today's entertainment report here's kissed one awaits billy kosta instagram hitting a new milestone yesterday a billion monthly users which is up two hundred million from september model g hadid hit a milestone this week her thirty fifth vogue magazine cover on the james corden show this week share takes a bite out of raw cow's tongue rather than say one good thing about president trump with the jamiat report i'm billy cost the mattie show on kiss one oh eight detention centers along the us mexico border liberation policy and family separation exchange at the white house over the gracious system that secures our ongoing controversy states will.

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